The latest update of Google's browser, Chrome 21, is accompanied by more than two dozen patches for vulnerabilities. Of the newly discovered bugs, six are classified as “high-priority.” Only one of the 26 vulnerabilities, discovered by a member of the company's security team, is identified as “critical” (CVE-2012-2859), but only affects the Linux operating system. While a majority of the flaws were found by members of the Google or Chrome security team, the company did pay $1,000 to two outside researchers who helped discover two of the six high-priority bugs. The update will be applied automatically, and users do not need to take any action.